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61st Career Title for Rafa Nadal

61st Career Title for Rafa Nadal

Spanish tennis star Rafael Nadal, ranked No. 1 in the world, took his first title of the season and the 61st of his career by downing France's Gael Monfils on Saturday in the final of the Qatar ExxonMobile Open at Doha by 6-1, 6-7 (5-7), 6-2 in a two-hour match. continue reading »

Return of Lionel Messi Draws 13,000 Fans at Barcelona Practice

Return of Lionel Messi Draws 13,000 Fans at Barcelona Practice

Nearly two months after he was sidelined with a hamstring injury, Argentine superstriker Lionel Messi was back with his FC Barcelona teammates Friday for an open practice that drew more than 13,000 people to the club's mini-stadium. continue reading »

WARNING GRAPHIC: UFC’s Anderson Silva Breaks Own Leg During Chris Weidman Rematch (VIDEO)

WARNING GRAPHIC: UFC’s Anderson Silva Breaks Own Leg During Chris Weidman Rematch (VIDEO)

Though Anderson Silva's middleweight title fight against Chris Weidman back in July was a major upset for the Silva, the former title holder, Saturday's rematch proved to be even more shocking. continue reading »

Victor Valdes Says He’s Ready to Return to Play for FC Barcelona

Victor Valdes Says He’s Ready to Return to Play for FC Barcelona

FC Barcelona and Spanish national team goalkeeper Victor Valdes, who has been out with an injury for more than a month, said on Twitter that he was ready to return to action. continue reading »

Juan Uribe Extends Contract with LA Dodgers

Juan Uribe Extends Contract with LA Dodgers

Dominican infielder Juan Uribe will remain a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers after signing a two-year contract. "Juan was a major player in our success last season," Dodger General Manager Ned Colletti continue reading »

Shoeless Mexican Indian Basketball Team Shines in L.A.

Shoeless Mexican Indian Basketball Team Shines in L.A.

A group of Triqui Indian children from southern Mexico played and won two basketball games during their first visit to Los Angeles, defeating a team of reporters and then members of a local immigrant-rights group. continue reading »

What is Mexico Going to Find at the World Cup?

What is Mexico Going to Find at the World Cup?

The Mexican national soccer team team has been criticized in the past few months for their bad performance before the CONCACAF brackets in the final World Cup elimination round. continue reading »

Liverpool Extends Luis Suarez’s Contract Until 2018

Liverpool Extends Luis Suarez’s Contract Until 2018

Uruguayan forward Luis Suarez has signed a "new long-term contract" with Liverpool F.C., the club announced Friday on its Web site without providing any further details. continue reading »

FC Barcelona Locks Up Andres Iniesta Until 2018

FC Barcelona Locks Up Andres Iniesta Until 2018

FC Barcelona star midfielder Andres Iniesta has agreed to a contract extension that will keep him at Camp Nou at least until 2018, the club's president, Sandro Rosell, announced Thursday. continue reading »

Pope Francis Welcomes Argentine Soccer Champs in Italy

Pope Francis Welcomes Argentine Soccer Champs in Italy

Pope Francis on Wednesday called the members of Argentine soccer club San Lorenzo "crazy" for having come to Vatican City to present him with the cup they won as league champions. continue reading »